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I don't think there's any way your experience could mirror ours, but I'll tell my tale and you can see..
Brought the family for our son's 17th birthday. Forgot that they charge per person for bocce. My bad, I should have looked. Seems more fair...More
We recently had our extended family Christmas party at Campo di Bocce. Most of us being bocce novices, we didn't know what to expect, but quickly realized there are really no great skills involved. All (young and older) had a great time playing this simple...More
We had a rehearsal dinner here. It started with one hour of bocce ball with delicious appetizers. Service was attentive. Our dinner was in a reserved room. The food was delicious and service good. We would use this restaurant again for a group event.
I worked with Campo di Bocce to set up a big team dinner for my daughter's soccer team. Their events staff was amazingly patient, the food was super tasty, and our server was super on top of it - especially given we had 11 families...More
Attended a fun Wedding Rehearsal Luncheon here (pre-reserved for 40, by the grooms’ family). They served BBQ Lamb Chops, Grilled Jumbo Shrimp, Fresh Veggie Platters and a couple different toppings of thin crust Pizza. The food was top notch but wildly inadequate for 40 people....More
If you're looking to have a little fun with your meal - this is a great place to do just that. I tend to visit Campo for the atmosphere. If you're feeling like you want some noise and energy around you as a pick me...More
State and Federal law guidelines must be followed. You can't take them into the kitchen. I have no personal knowledge of the attitude of this facility but they are generally very cooperative and within the law. Here is... More
State and Federal law guidelines must be followed. You can't take them into the kitchen. I have no personal knowledge of the attitude of this facility but they are generally very cooperative and within the law. Here is some data for you.
California law allows persons with disabilities to bring trained service dogs and psychiatric service dogs, but not emotional support animals, to all public places. Several different California laws set out the rights of people with disabilities who use animals to assist them. These laws include the Unruh Civil Rights Act, the California Disabled Persons Act (CDPA), and the Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA). (Federal disability rights laws, such as the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), also protect the rights of people who use service dogs and emotional support animals.